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The 2017 Mustafa(pbuh) Prize laureates were honored in the award ceremony

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During the Mustafa(pbuh)  prize ceremony held today in Tehran attended by senior Iranian officials, foreign delegations and representatives of OIC countries along with over sixty prominent scholars and scientists  from Islamic countries, the laureates were honored and praised for their pioneering achievements.
MSTF Media reports:
On December 3rd, coinciding with the birth anniversary of Great Prophet Muhammad (pbuh)  in the award ceremony taken place at Tehran’s Vahdat Hall, the Mustafa(pbuh) Prize Laureates received their prizes.
Prof. Erol Gelenbe from turkey and Prof. Mohammad Amin Shokrollahi from Iran were the laureates of 2017 Mustafa(pbuh) Prize in Information and Communications Science and Technology and Information Theory.
Prof. Romain Murenzi the Executive Director of The World Academy of Sciences for the advancement of science in developing countries (TWAS)  in his speech on the early of the event, named the laureates as a roles model for society who are constantly portray a strenuous effort in carrying social responsibilities and specify an appropriate symbol of precious world in society. They are the one who also play an important role in broadening the scientific borders for public welfare. He also praised the MSTF initiative in granting this prize and described it as a successful example on top of its agenda, attempts to create a hub for attracting the attention of people around the world towards capabilities of Islamic world and lay the ground for international scientific collaborations more than ever.
He further added, “ The Mustafa (pbuh)  Prize is a popular prize and movement and today a number of distinguished figures of Islamic and global community have been invited to contribute to this great movement. The prize offers an opportunity for everyone to be a part of world scientific activity and may this honor and divine privilege be bestowed upon us, Inshallah.”
While highlighting the headlines of MSTF plan, Prof. Murenzi described MSTF’s scientific activities for instance,  “Science & Technology Exchange Programs (STEP), (KANS) Knowledge Application and Notion for Society described as a strategy would lead to Synergy in science and technology, like the golden era of Islamic civilization definitely will bring about a significant increase in the realm of science and technology for humanity that from its spring all the ethnic groups are quenched and Islamic nations will be more powerful.
Since 2013, Mustafa(pbuh) Prize initiated by MSTF, has been granted biennially to the laureates in the ceremony on anniversary of  the Holy Prophet of Islam, to the top researchers and scientists from the Organization of Islamic Cooperation (OIC) member states in  four categories, including: “Information and Communication Science and Technologies, Life & Medical Sciences and Technology, Nano Science and Nanotechnologies and all areas of  Science and Technology”.
Recipients in each section receives the Mustafa(pbuh) Medal, a Diploma and $500,000  financed through the endowments made to the prize. In fact Prize is given to those scientists and technologists whose achievements have significant effect on human life.
The first round of Mustafa(pbuh) Prize was held in 2015 in Tehran and Prof. Omar Yaghi from Jordan in the Nanoscience and Nanotechnology and Prof. Jackie Ying from Singapore in Bio-nanotechnology category, were the recipients of this award.